One of our favorite ways to store Vidalia Onions (for long periods of time) is within the veggie bin / crisper within our Refrigerator. We set the bin to low humidity.
We'll typically wrap each Vidalia in a paper towel (newspaper can substitute), and then place onions within …Read More
A question we receive quite often: "Hey, what do your Vidalias look like cut in half?" A question worthy enough of an answer. So here's one of our Vidalia onions we prepped for dinner. Pre-cut, and after cut. Enjoy!
Adam Ragusea, a food scientist & chef on YouTube, recently visited the farm over our 9 month Vidalia onion growing season (2020/2021), & produced this wonderfully researched & articulate video on our industry, our region, and how different folks say 'Vidalia' : )
(Many thanks for visiting, …Read More
Our 2021 shipping season for sweet Vidalia Onions has officially begun!
Here's a quick pic of our Pre-orders waiting for pickup via UPS on Monday, April 26th, 2021.
A deep debt of gratitude to everyone in our packing shed for their help assembling this - we couldn't do …Read More
Dal Cannady from WTOC-TV, Channel 11 from Savannah, recently visited the farm & packing shed, to catch up on the 2021 Vidalia Onion crop. He spoke to Aries & captured his thoughts on the quality of this year's yield.
Direct link to the video interview is below:
WMAZ-TV 13, a CBS affiliate in Macon Georgia, recently spoke to our own Aries Haygood regarding the 2021 crop of Vidalia Onions.
Video clip below:
We anticipate shipping our farm-to-door Vidalias on Monday April 26th (weather permitting).
Thanks to WMAZ for having us, & sharing our family-owned & operated …Read More
We're officially accepting orders for the 2021 crop of Vidalia Onions!
Our expected season start is April 26th through May 3rd.
Place your order now, and your box will be in the first batch that leaves the farm.
If you prefer ordering over the phone, click the button below & …Read More
On Tuesday January 19th, Aries and I inspected several fields of Vidalias. The transplant of onions from their seed beds into their secondary field is now complete.
During this visit, Aries inspects the crop to ensure they aren't undernourished. If a section appears this way, he considers adding …Read More